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#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha पर आमिर खान बोले- मुझे मेरे देश से बहुत प्यार है! गलतफहमी के कारण मेरी फिल्म का बहिष्कार न करें

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Aamir Khan is returning to films after 4 years with his new project Laal Singh Chaddha. A few days before the release of his film, Aamir Khan interacted with the media and talked about everything related to Lal Singh Chaddha.

Aamir Khan is returning to films after 4 years with his new project Laal Singh Chaddha. The film directed by Advait Chandan is all set to release on August 11, 2022. A few days before the release of his film, Aamir Khan interacted with the media and talked about everything related to Lal Singh Chaddha. Recently, during a media interaction, Aamir Khan was asked about his views on pre-release hate films. Whether he expressed his opinion to the media. Let us tell you that the movie Lal Singh Chaddha has been trending on social media for the past few days. There are demands on social media to boycott the film. With the demand to boycott the film going on, let us tell you what Aamir Khan has said to the media.

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Aamir Khan said that it hurts him when he sees negativity towards his film on social media. Superstar Aamir Khan said, “Yes, I am sorry. I also wonder why people are saying this. People think that I am someone who does not love this country. But I want to tell the same people, that what they think is not true. I love my country and its people. I want to ask them not to boycott my movie and go to the cinema and watch the movie.

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Talking about Laal Singh Chaddha, it is the official Hindi remake of the Hollywood movie Forrest Gump, starring Tom Hanks. Directed by Advait Chandan, the film also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan and Mona Singh. This is the Bollywood debut of South actor Naga Chaitanya. Laal Singh Chaddha was earlier slated for Baisakhi release, but the makers postponed the film’s release date to 11 August 2022.

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